Do you have a general rule of thumb for response time within your organization?
Good email etiquette maintains that you do your best to respond to business communications as soon as possible. When you do not respond promptly it could come across that you are unorganized or unconcerned. Even if you don’t have time to respond fully, a simple sentence or two acknowledging receipt of the message will go a long way in showing professionalism. This video reviews routine request responses, and discusses the value of knowing your audience and reader.
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- More than 20 years of training facilitation/learning and development career, developing custom soft skills employee programs, onboarding, and Train the Trainer experience
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- Corporate trainer for Fortune 500 companies across the country and globally
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